I’m going to go out on a limb and assume you get my newsletter. If you don’t, you can certainly sign up and get it (for free!) on my website.
I subscribe to a whole host of newsletters. I love getting little tidbits of information that I can choose to peruse right away or leave until later. And when I’m not overly interested in the topic, I simply keep on scrolling. That’s the beauty of a newsletter: multiple topics, one location.
To help you increase your water cooler facts this year, here’s a good starting list of newsletters in which you may wish to partake. All free. Great content.
All about…you guessed it…birds! Never miss another Christmas Bird Count or birding event again! Plus, you’ll know about the annual report as soon as it’s available.
This annual event happens in Toronto but you’ll get gardening news and info all year long. What’s not to love?
Everyone knows the magazine, but did you know they have a newsletter, too? Check it out – access to great articles, contests, and more.
One of my favourite newsletters – always interesting articles and I always learn something new. Plus, you can opt for the additional Wildlife Stories option and get even more nature info.
The Horticultural Trades Association of Ontario – I know, not nationwide, but, hear me out!
The articles in this web magazine can definitely relate to all of you non-Ontarians. Information about plants, events, the garden industry, and more.
More birds! The National Audubon Society is well-known for their stunning photography. This month, I learned why owls bob their heads. You won’t want to miss out on all of the incredible videos either. If nothing else, check out their website.
Conservation, wildlife, gardening for biodiversity. You’ll get it all here.
A great resource for veggie, flower, foliage, and any other kind of gardening you can think of. The four women who run this publication are garden experts for sure: Amy Andrychowicz, Jessica Walliser, Niki Jabbour, and Tara Nolan. All have different interests which makes this publication incredibly diverse.